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  1. Characters in the Hobbit - Tolkien By Michael Cooper
    Bilbo Baggins - he was a hobbit, a race of small people (no bigger than 4 or 5 feet), with lots of hair on the upper part of their feet, they enjoyed calm sorroundings and to live a quiet life. However, Bilbo was not the ordinary hobbit, because one part of his family was not very respectful, due to the fact that they were known to go on adventures. He played a very important role in the story, because he helped the dwarves escape many dangerous situations and ultimately, reach their goal. …


  2. Little Horse of Iron - Book Review By Walter Paetkau
    The pedigree of the Canadian Horse goes back to the early part of the 1600’s. Originally a gift to New France from the Sun King, Louis X1V, the horse was known for its remarkable strength, endurance and hooves of steel. Habitants of Old Quebec called him, “The Little Horse of Iron”.I first became enamoured with The Canadian Horse some years ago when I saw them on show at an agricultural exhibition. At the time I knew nothing of its history or its near extinction and revival. Then a friend urge…


  3. Ethan Frome - Part I - A Book Review By Michael Cooper
    Ethan Frome, the protaganist in the book entitled Ethan Frome, by Edith Wharton, has many complex problems going on at the same time. His family has died and he has a wife that is continually sick, and the only form of happiness he has is from his wife's cousin Mattie. This, however, at times, proves to be hard because of his wife’s interference. Nothing seems to be going in Ethan's favor. The main theme of the book is failure, and this is shown through marrying his wife, not being able to sta…


  4. The Catholic Challenge: A Question of Conscience, by Thomas W. Rezanka By Cindy DeJager
    Why is the Catholic Church losing its popularity? What troubles are riddled through-out the church? Is there hope for God’s first church to find its way back into public favor despite the shame and disgrace of the recent child molestation discoveries?In his frank and blunt confrontation directed at the priests, the author tells all. Rezanka talks openly about both the internal problems of the Catholic Church, as well as the external problems. He approaches the topics of married priests and man…


  5. Waxing By Lillian Brummet
    The excerpt in the opening page of Waxing, before all the credits and the title page, was fantastic! That little enticing excerpt compelled me to read on with energy. This compact, 204 page fiction could be classified as a paranormal romance fantasy.Author Megan Powell uses wit and pace to create a fun and suspenseful story. An alpha werewolf male is cursed and assailed from unexpected directions. In desperation, he turns to a solitary witch in hopes of righting wrongs and keeping peac…


  6. Book Review: "The Baron Son: Vade Mecum 7" By Buck Bradley
    Today it seems nearly impossible to open a newspaper without finding a story of corruption, cover-ups, or ethical lapses in judgment from prominent figures in positions of authority. With corporate and political scandal rampant and executives headed to jail in record numbers, the unbridled pursuit of wealth and abusive use of power are no longer options. Now, as an instrument of change, Bestselling co-authors Vicky Therese Davis, William R. Patterson, and D. Marques Patton step forward to pres…


  7. Make No Excuse For Yourself By Thea Westra
    Take on board any, single, one of the following statements that I've extracted from Chapter 2 in “Advanced Formula for Total Success” by Dr. Robert Anthony and “live in” the conscious awareness and belief of that statement, then be assured that...yourselves, your lives, your actions and the results that you produce will be forever transformed.So here they are:“We need to be aware that … no amount of willpower, effort, determination or commitment will cause us to be any other way … we're always…


  8. Can You Approach Women Like Neil Strauss Author of "The Game" Tonight? By Donovan Cruise
    Have you gotten a chance to read The Game: Penetrating the Secret Society of Pick Up Artists?You haven’t yet?Bad, bad man. Especially seeing as you’re interested in meeting women.We’ll I have read it. And guess what?I want to share a secret I personally got from the writings of Neil Strauss author of “The Game”.You see, he let us all in on a little secret! Have you ever tried to approach a woman, and just not known what to do?Hell, YES! (Everyone says)Well… I have a suggestion that you can tak…


  9. 'Crab Cake & Pepper' by Frank Weaver, Jr. - Book Review By Aaron Lazar
    Crab Cake & Pepper is more than a folksy yarn about a boy and his dog. It digs deeply into a ten-year-old boy’s psyche and brings us along for the ride of a lifetime, replete with family, a struggling friendship, rousing adventures, and a surplus of belly laughs.Set in the rural backwoods of Pennsylvania in April, 1951, Crab Cake & Pepper sings with the love of nature and family. Jack “Pepper” Whelan Jr., one of five children, anticipates the opening of trout season with the glee found only in…


  10. The Grapes of Wrath - John Steinbeck - A Book Review By Michael Cooper
    The Grapes of Wrath is a novel by John Steinbeck that exposes the desperate conditions under which the migratory farm families of America during the 1930's live under. The novel tells of one families migration west to California through the great economic depression of the 1930's. The Joad family had to abandon their home and their livelihoods. They had to uproot and set adrift because tractors were rapidly industrializing their farms. The bank took possession of their land because the ow…


  11. Book Review: The Sound of Paper By Catherine Franz
    She splits her year between New York City and Arizona. I have been a fan since her first book and especially enjoyed "The Artist Way." I like to believe that I was one of the first to devour it page by page, exercise by exercise. Not just once but six times. Having studied with Julia through the years, not just in my pajamas but in workshops and one- on-one, I ponder how "The Sound of Paper" escaped my notice until last month.One of Julia’s gifts for showing readers instead of telling them,…


  12. On the Shelf-A Book Review By Howard Lewis
    This review of books is a little overdue but has come to fruition as a result of three convergent but independent factors: space, time and knowledge. Space, or rather the lack of it, is a direct consequence of sharing my home with four other people who strangely confine their books to the available shelving.My children are yet young and can gradually be converted to the cause but I fear that my wife may be lost to it already. Don’t get me wrong, she loves books too but she particularly loves b…


  13. Axemen in the Rain -- An Excerpt from the Novel "A Dancing Bear" By Kirk Kinbote
    "You can see what I'm thinking, mate," Gus said.Fenton could. And it was madness. The windows were about two-thirds of the way up the roof's face. A brief sill or ledge ran along the bottom of them. And from there, the great slope of steel came down on a rampant grade of considerably more than forty-five degrees, sluicing an endless flood of rain into the gutter that ran along its near edge. In some places the guttering was full, and rills of overspilling water surged from it to the sodden tur…


  14. How To Place Yourself in the Secure Society By Scott Morris
    Identity theft has become the fastest growing criminal activity in the 20th Century, replacing illegal drug sales. For the perpetrators, it offers the highest profit margin with the least risk. In fact, according to one expert, it is estimated that fewer than 1-in-700-identity crimes actually result in a conviction.In the United States alone, Identity theft has reached $53 billion dollars a year. Consumers are directly shouldering about $5 billion of that, but the rest, which is paid by busine…


  15. The Naked Truth About Turn Words into Traffic! By Mary Murtha
    A highly respected person in the internet marketing circle who accomplished much success with little or no expenditure is Jim Edwards.Jim shows how he became successful in his “how-to” informational products that prove you really don’t need a lot of money in order to make great profits or be successful..One of the products I’m referring to is his “Turn Words into Traffic” E-book!Most Marketers, if they have been in the business for any period of time, realize that if you do not spend your mone…


  16. Guide to Obtaining a #1 Ranking in the Search Engines: eBook Review By Donald Nelson
    When it comes to optimizing your site for search engines you basically have two choices: You can hire someone, with experience, to do it for you, or you can learn the basic principles of search engine optimization and do it yourself. If you choose the do-it-yourself route, then it is necessary to have some proper tools or written information if you want to do optimize your site properly and not spend months learning search engine optimization by trial and error.There are various kinds of sof…


  17. Use of Language in The Catcher in the Rye - Salinger - Literature By Michael Cooper
    Holden often leaves his sentences dangling with words like "and all" and "or anything." Often he uses those phrase to extend some indescribable emotion or action like "… how my parents were occupied and all before they had me" or "…they’re nice and all." But many times there is no significance at all to the expressions as in "…was in the Revolutionary War and all," "It was December and all" and "…no gloves or anything." (Salinger 5-7)Holden has many expressions which appear consistently throu…


  18. Sharing The Peace Of God & God's Perfection By Brad Swift
    One of my favorite parts of my spiritual practices for starting each day is reading from an assortment of inspirational and spiritual books. I keep a stack of them next to my bed. Three of the books that I make it a point to read from every morning are:* A Deep Breath of Life by Alan Cohen - I'm on my sixth year of reading this set of daily devotionals.* The Essene Book of Days by Danaan Parry -- I believe I'm on my 3rd year of reading this one.* The current issue of Science of Mind Magazine…


  19. Samuel Blankson Books Provide Sound Financial Advice! By Thomas Morton
    One of the best and most successful self-made entrepreneurs, Samuel Blankson, pulls no punches when it comes to helping you successfully Conquer Your Debt, Achieve Financial Prowess, Develop Cunning Business Investment Skills, and MOTIVATING YOU to reach your goals and your dreams. The best advice for getting started is to get your hands on all of the Samuel Blankson books!Samuel Blankson books offer you motivation and a means to get out of debt. Samuel Blankson has written over twenty books t…


  20. The Actor's Menu - A Review By Keith Thompson
    Bill Howey's new book, "The Actor's Menu", gives the aspiring actor the one thing most acting class books are devoid of: that is the opportunity to use a comprehensive blueprint to get a usable system for executing the craft of acting on a repeatable basis. Howey's book, presented much like a restaurant menu, (presumably so actor/waiters could understand it) is an enlightening journey into all the ingredients that make up the portrayal of complex characters. The Actor's Menu forces you to thin…


  21. Preview: Susanne Schleyer - A German Photographer Confronts German History By Susanne Pacher
    My brother continues to be a great source for new story ideas. Just like he recently linked me up with Bruce Bell, one of Toronto's most well known experts and historians, he recently read about a German photographer by the name of Susanne Schleyer who had just published a new book, "Unterwegs" ("On the Road") with 100 photos and stories from 12 different cities: Amsterdam, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Jerusalem, London, Paris, Prague, Rom, San Francisco, Saint Petersburg, Venice and Vienna.I started…


  22. Google Profits: It's Not Just A Google Cash Rehash By K. Wimberly
    Finally a book that truly demystifies making money online, and does it in plain English. Google Profits by Wade M. Winger (edited by Denise Blankenship) is an online business related ebook centered around earning money through Google AdWords and ClickBank affiliate products.What To Expect From Google ProfitsThe book is geared to those who are new to online or affiliate marketing and can even be of great value to intermediate affiliate marketers. Google Profits explains, in plain English, what …


  23. Willa's Poppy By Lillian Brummet
    Willa’s Poppy - ReviewWilla’s Poppy is a 166-page young adult, thriller-adventure with a hero-element in a subtle theme of rising above challenges and making a difference in the world. Animal lovers, rescue shelter workers and all readers from 8-18 will adore Poppy’s adventures. Because the author also gives insight into an adult’s life through their feelings and experiences with their careers, this book may serve as a tool to bring understanding and awareness in families.Willa’s Poppy …


  24. Spank Your Bookie By Dy Loh
    To the all who wants to be independent in the next year!Overview:When I get this book for review I said to myself "another book with advice how to become a millionaire over night". Then I started to read it and read it all in one single day. Now I must admit that this book is really good and most important thing for me is that this book contains only useful advice and facts without any bullshit. It's also very simple and easy to understand and contain a lot of useful examples.Author (Bruce Gol…


  25. I Kissed a Frog and My Prince Forgave Me -Book Review By Lillian Brummet
    Naomi Jo Rush new book of poetry, I Kissed a Frog and My Prince Forgave Me, is a well-crafted poetic journey through infidelity.Naomi reveals the most vulnerable time in her married life. Her poetry teaches us that married couples tend to forget about each other’s needs and become absorbed in habitual day-to-day behavior. While she strained for the attention that her husband would not or could not provide Naomi put on a performance of a happily content wife, when she was really screami…






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